Curate A Slice Of Paradise In Your Very Own Home With These 10 Tropical Plants That Can Thrive No Matter Where You Live

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Winter continues to drag on, and right about now, you could probably use a nice beach vacation. But that just isn’t in the cards for most of us.

Still, you can bring the lush, vibrant vibes of the tropics into your home– no plane tickets required.

Whether you’re living in a sun-soaked apartment or a place where sunshine only makes rare guest appearances, there’s a tropical plant ready to thrive in your space.

So, here are ten tropical plants that are surprisingly forgiving and versatile, allowing you to create your own slice of paradise no matter where you live.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum)

Native to tropical and Southern Africa, the spider plant has made itself at home in many indoor environments around the world.

Recognizable for its long, slender leaves and the baby plants (spiderettes) that dangle from its stems, it’s as decorative as it is delightful.

Thriving in indirect light and requiring minimal care, the spider plant is totally content with some occasional watering and well-drained soil. So, this plant is perfect for those who might not have a green thumb just yet.

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

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